Roger de Mortimer

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Noun1.Roger de Mortimer - English nobleman who deposed Edward II and was executed by Edward III (1287-1330)Roger de Mortimer - English nobleman who deposed Edward II and was executed by Edward III (1287-1330)
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When Queen Isabella of France and her consort Roger Mortimer invaded England in 1326, Despenser was near the top of their hit list.
Mortimer's Fortress: A Medieval Weekend at Chirk Castle, Wrexham The Marcher Freemen visits the historic venue to give a taste of medieval life in the time of the castle's builder, Roger Mortimer.
It was the plainest Oaks seen and the paddock a decided preference policewoman on duty Roger Mortimer This should suit the Clive Cox-trained Kodi Bear down to the ground in the PS350,000 Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes.
It was the plainest Oaks seen and the paddock a decided preference policewoman on duty Roger Mortimer The famous Berkshire track had been described as heavy and soft in places as I have on numerous occasions.
It was the plainest Oaks ever seen and the paddock who expressed a decided for the horse of the policewoman duty was no bad Roger Mortimer The Sunday Times
A woman's figure is a beautiful thing and if she has shapely legs she should show them off because men love to see that" Entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth "Dearest Miss Plumpline, Don't bathe in the sea, you might easily cause a tidal wave" Racing journalist Roger Mortimer in an affectionate letter to his holidaying daughter "Lumpy" Louise "I will talk exactly the same to the Queen, and have done many times, as I am talking to you or the woman cleaning the hotel room" Actor Sir Michael Caine, above, telling a reporter he does not like people calling him "sir" "Barking mad" The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby describing people who thought that single-handedly he could save the Anglican Church "There has been some snobbishness particularly among the much older generation.
Chirk castle was built in 1310 by Edward I''s Justice of Wales, Roger Mortimer, and replaced the 11th-century wooden motte and bailey castle south of the town.
We're drawn into a deadly game of cat and mouse among the civil unrest around the deposition of King Edward II by Queen Isabella and her lover, Sir Roger Mortimer.
With Jecks's longestablished, steadfast heroes Sir Baldwin De Furnshill and Simon Puttock, we are drawn into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the unpredictable background of civil unrest surrounding the deposition of King Edward II by his wife Queen Isabella and her lover, Sir Roger Mortimer.
Both these women are included in this survey of both queens regnant and consort who became de facto regnant: the uncrowned Matilda, heir of Henry I, who struggled against her cousin Stephen to rule; Eleanor, consort of Henry II, who finally banished her and then imprisoned her for her support of his sons' revolt; Isabella, a nasty piece of work who turned against her husband, Edward II, and eventually allied with her lover, Roger Mortimer, to oust the King and, in the author's view, to have him killed; and Margaret, who ruled when the King's mental illness made him unfit.
Insiders suggest the role of director of cricket was tailor-made for former Black Caps high-performance director Roger Mortimer.